Proposed 1979 Outer Continental Shelf Oil and Gas Lease Sale 58A: Final Environmental Statement, Nide 1

The Bureau, 1979

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Sivu 216 - The decision as to whether a permit will be issued will be based on an evaluation of the impact of the proposed work on navigation and national security.
Sivu 251 - Shale: Large areas of the United States are known to contain oil shale deposits, but those in the Green River Formation in Colorado, Wyoming, and Utah, have the greatest commercial potential. The oil shale resources of the Green River Formation are estimated at...
Sivu 198 - ... (A) that such cancellation may occur at any time, if the Secretary determines, after a hearing, that — (i) continued activity pursuant to such lease or permit would probably cause serious harm or damage to life (including fish and other aquatic life), to property, to any mineral (in areas leased or not leased), to the national security or defense, or to the marine, coastal, or human environment...
Sivu 280 - Shelf, if such injury or damage to such person or property occurs by reason of the activities of any agency of the US Government, its contractors or subcontractors, or any of their officers, agents or employees...
Sivu 184 - Stranding or grounding. (4) Loss of life. (5) Injury causing any person to remain incapacitated for a period in excess of 72 hours; except injury to harbor workers not resulting in death and not resulting from vessel casualty or vessel equipment casualty.
Sivu 198 - ... the threat of harm or damage will not disappear or decrease to an acceptable extent within a reasonable period of time; and...
Sivu 210 - Plan also promotes the coordination and direction of Federal, State and local response systems and encourages the development of local government and private capabilities to handle such pollution spills.
Sivu 378 - The regulations issued pursuant to subsection (f) shall be applied in accordance with recognized principles of international law, including treaties, conventions, and other agreements to which the United States is signatory. Unless the application of the regulations is in accordance with such principles or is otherwise authorized by an agreement between the United States and the foreign State of which the affected person is a citizen or, in the case of the crew of a foreign...
Sivu 249 - Coal Gasification Gaseous fuels with low, intermediate, or high energy content can be produced. Low and intermediate gases are produced in a two-stage process involving preparation and gasification, and the output is utilized as feedstock for electric generators. A third process, upgrading, is required to produce high-Btu gas, which produces an end product useable by the consumer.

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